Fees and Finance
Tuition fees are charged to both UK/EU and international students. The tuition fees for the Master of Pharmacy programme are outlined below:
Master of Pharmacy
For information regarding the change in tuition fees for 2013 entry please click here.
Equivalent or Lower Level Qualifications (ELQ)
The Government has announced that is no longer providing funding for students who wish to study a qualification that is equivalent to, or at a lower level than one they have already achieved.
In response to the Government’s decision to change the funding model for higher education the University is required to charge a higher rate fee. The ‘ELQ’ fee for 2013 entry is to be confirmed.
Applicants are required to disclose details of all qualifications completed or pending at the point of application in order that a proper assessment of fee status can be made. The University of Kent will take action to reclaim fees retrospectively from registered students who have been undercharged, if such undercharging was the result of the applicant failing to provide complete or accurate qualifications data on which their fee status was based, or as a result of a failure of the applicant to disclose their ELQ status when asked to do so.
Students can apply for a tuition fee loan repayable to Student Loans Company (SLC) [www.slc.co.uk] when they finish their studies and earn over £21,000.
For more information on the different types of loans and grants please refer to the University of Kent Student Finance.
Student Financial Services Office,
University of Kent,
Kent CT2 7NZ
Tel: +44 (0)1227 764000
Information, Recruitment and Admissions Office,
Registry, University of Kent, Canterbury, Kent CT2 7NZ
Tel: 01227 827272
Fax: 01227 827077
Other useful contacts related to student finance at the University of Kent can be found here.